Last name: Tate
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Mu granpaprents on my fathers side were John Tate aka Jack Tate and Beatrice Eluned Tate aka Lyn Tate. All from wales.
tate is a yiddish word = father yiddish=jewish http://kehillatisrael.net/docs/yiddish/yiddish.htm#t have a good day david
Grandfather John Tate father Raymond Tate
My Grandfather also is, John Tate.
My maiden last name is Tate and my Father name is Robert Tate, grandfather name is Henry Tate. I wonder do their names have any connection?
Do you have a brother named Cedric Tate. Robert Tate is my grandfather's name on my father's (Cedric Tate) side.
My natural father is. Tait.
Searching for the origin of the name TAIT
the origin of tait is yiddish The language originated in the Ashkenazi culture that developed from about the 10th century however tait=father was probability in use 100s of years before becuse the need to say father fyi yiddish http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yiddish_language tait, tatti, tate. all mean the same check different Yiddish Dictionarys hears one http://kehillatisrael.net/docs/yiddish/yiddish.htm#t have a good day david
The Tate Art Galleries were named after Sir Henry Tate (of Tate & Lyle fame). I believe he financed the setting up of them.
Hi, I'm a Tate from Florida , family says where italian. Idk
I'm also a Tate from Florida. Family on my father's side has an Italian heritage. Cousins perhaps?
Not unless they had their name changed on Ellis Island. The origin of Tate is Anglo-Scottish with possibility of them coming from the Vikings.
I'm a direct descendent from a Tate who arrived in America from Ireland in the early 1700's. Had my DNA tested through Ancestry.com and turns out I am over 70% Scandinavian. Many Europeans DNA can be traced back to the Vikings due to the massive invasions of Europe in the late 790's AD. Their control of Scotland lasted almost 500 yrs. Even though the Vikings traded goods with the Romans, I haven't read any information of an actual invasion of Italy.